Dreamland Bar-B-Que

When coming through Mobile, Alabama, it is worth the while to pull off I-65 and get yourself to Dreamland Bar-B-Que.  We could smell the woodsmoke as soon as we got on the service road and, no wonder, their pit is big and beautiful:

I had the pulled pork sandwich with house made BBQ chips. The sauce is tangy and, as they say, “Ain’t nothing like it nowhere!”

Michelle had the rib tip wrap with jalapeño slaw. Very good combination of tender meat and spicy slaw.

We ended the meal with banana pudding but it was so good we inhaled it without waiting to take a picture. Lots of big pieces of banana in every bite

The prices are very reasonable and the staff is super friendly and very fast. Give it a try next time you’re nearby or call for them to ship you some directly.

 

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2 thoughts on “Dreamland Bar-B-Que

  1. I sure wish I could spread the word on this restaurant, but WordPress doesn’t give me a share option. If you’re on the Central Oregon Coast, though, I know a place to take you: Lazy Dayz Cafe in Waldport. Small, the owner does the cooking, serving, cleaning. Just open a few hours a day. I took a friend there from Louisana and she raved about her pulled pork.

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